4 things that happen only in argentine weddings
Did you think about how our weddings are seen by guests from other cultures?
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Each country has particular habits when it comes to celebrating a wedding. Some intersect; others are totally opposite. In Argentina, our parties last until dawn and have some condiments that are common for us, but that surprise guests who arrive from other sides. Here are some of the rarest customs that our weddings have: 1) The entrance of the bride and groom Here the party starts with everything: the bride and groom enter the hall jumping and dancing, and their friends literally flutter them through the air. At the time of the harga, little matter the bride's hairstyle or the groom's impeccable suit. 2) Duration Marriages in our country last many hours and are very fun. No formalities; with the running of the dance tandas, the ties fly and the high heels become chatitas. Men, women, children and grandparents dance on par until well into the dawn. 3) The bride and groom stay until the end In Argentina it is unthinkable that the bride and groom retire earlier from the party to enjoy their wedding night: they stay until they say goodbye to the last guest no matter what time the celebration spreads. 4) The end of the holiday Eating pizzas or burgers at 5 in the morning, to give a golden brooch to the celebration, is something that does not happen on many sides either. A perfect closure for a celebration perhaps unconventional, but where good times are left.